In praise of the Energy Bill

James S Murray
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Ed Davey has played a very savvy hand, despite its flaws the Energy Bill could yet prove revolutionary for the green economy

Several weeks ago the new chair of the Committee on Climate Change Lord Deben spoke at a green conference hosted by the TUC where, according to those present, he rather stole the show. The Tory peer was,...

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